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Old 09-26-2020, 01:29 AM #31
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have you replaced your lower spherical bearings on your coilovers yet?
no i haven't replaced the lower spherical bearings; last time i checked they were still looking good. I actually didn't think that would be the problem but i'll give it another look since you mentioned it. I will also try and upload a video of the noise I'm getting. Its easier to replicate when its parked and i rock it from side to side; but when driving the noise is inconsistent and only noticeable when hitting different size bumps.
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I also had issues with the metal clamp and just cut it off and used a zip tie. Worked pretty darn well!

Zip ties come off within weeks. I have a 2.5" lift so maybe that's causing too much distortion for the bushing to stay in place, or maybe I'm articulating the suspension more than others.
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use some stainless strapping or a metal band clamp
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Resurrecting this thread - trying to diagnose a rattle in the front left of my (2021 ORP w/ KDSS, 5k miles) and I just now found the *exact* same problem driver side bushing has split off in two, like the photo on page one.

Now my question is - I'm afraid to let the dealership even change the oil in my car, so should I just buy the bushing myself? Do these require any special lubricant or ?
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No lubricant is needed. This video shows KDSS sway bar installation: Tech Tip Tuesday - KDSS Sway Bar Installation - YouTube

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No lubricant is needed. This video shows KDSS sway bar installation: Tech Tip Tuesday - KDSS Sway Bar Installation - YouTube
Thanks DougR - do you or does anyone know what the factory spec torque is for for these bolts? Going to try and replace the bushing soon.

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Thanks DougR - do you or does anyone know what the factory spec torque is for for these bolts? Going to try and replace the bushing soon.

*photo of my driver side:
Did you end up replacing the bushing yourself? Got the part number for the bushing? The posting link on page two doesn't have the metal clamping on it so I'm not sure it's the same part.
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